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Google Arts & Culture released a series of videos celebrating Black History Month by getting prominent voices in the black community to talk about people who have inspired and motivated them in their art and in their actions. In this video, hip-hop legend Nas talks about the musicians whose work pushed him to create his own music, everyone from John Coltrane to Slick Rick. His talk was inspired by the “Giants of Jazz” exhibition that was featured on the Google Arts & Culture page.

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